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Feb 27, 2014 11:00pm PST
gets, the more energy it holds and eventually that will hit the california coastline. right now the frontal boundary is moving closer to the coast and that's helping intensify our rainfall, at least over the next three to four hours. you can see this heavy zone of rain to the south, moving from the south to the north. so over the next two to three hours, we'll see this move our way. right now 3/4 of an inch per hour that will be hitting parts of the bay area. not at midnight. a few spotty showers. but 2:00, 3:00, 4:00, some of the heavier rain moves across and the entire bay area will be under this severe weather risk. a possibility of isolated thunderstorms that could produce hail. the other added component is the wind. meteorologist rob mayeda, you're positioned in the perfect spot to track this wind overnight. >> reporter: we've been watching this wind pick up and wind gusts within the last half hour approaching 30 miles per hour. this is the reason why we think the wind also continue to accelerate overnight. this is a unique setup for the bay area where you have a strong area of
Mar 4, 2014 11:00pm PST
think there's going to be just enough energy left that we'll get some showers in san jose. we think it will be adding up, but just not nearly as high as the north bay. so excuse me, let's look at the totals that we can expect. santa rosa, 0.45 of an inch. and back towards palo alto, expecting 0 .09 of an inch. throughout wednesday, the same here, yes, it's going to be cloudy. showers coming our way, but take a look at the temperatures. this is not a cold storm system. we have 70 in san jose, 71 in morgan hill. close to 70 in palo alto. and we will have some humidity in the atmosphere. san francisco 64 and low 60s at the marina. in the north bay, east bay, we have the possibility of showers in napa and santa rosa. for the east bay and for the try valley, temperatures up to about 70 degrees. 68 in walnut creek and 69 in pleasanton. possible record seating heat throughout saturday's forecast. by sunday, lit cool down as another system starts to approach. you'll need those umbrellas by sunday night into monday. but remember to push the clocks forward one hour. even if you forget to set
Feb 25, 2014 11:00pm PST
chance of isolated flooding and thunderstorms that could get a little bit of extra energy with those higher elevations. as we head throughout the wednesday forecast, pin pointing the possibility of thunderstorms in the mix. very slight, we want to alert i don't have you that. san jose will have a chance with temperatures in the low 60s. also in san francisco. so quite a bit colder. sunday and monday, we have that record setting heat. temperatures in the upper seths to near 80. hopefully you can find that jacket for tomorrow. 63 in napa. for the trivalley, 64 in livermore with a slight chance of thunderstorms. watch out for treacherous travel in the sierra. we could see upwards of a foot of snow. that's exactly what we want. seems like lately we don't have anything, then we get it all at once. >> thanks for the fair warning, jeff. >>> seth meyers pays a tribute to nbc bay area tonight on his show. >> and jimmy before seth. >> paul rudd is here for a lipsync battle. and we have shaquille o'neal. you've got to check it out. we're on next. is this the bacon and cheese diet? this is the c
Feb 26, 2014 11:00pm PST
of this energy from this storm system. and then our next system lines up, not by thursday evening at 5:00 p.m. but it's speeding up a little bit on that timing. so the heaviest rainfall is going to get here. the overnight hours of friday, 2:00, 3:00, 4:00, and likely a heavy zone of rainfall continuing through friday. as we head throughout saturday, we'll see this rainfall begin to exit parts of the bay area. so friday looks very wet for us. we've been tracking the wind here across the bay. i want to get you the wind cast. throughout tomorrow, it's going to be coming down, winds 10 to 15 miles per hour. then throughout friday morning, again, as that next storm system lines up, we'll see areas at the coastline that could see winds top 50 miles per hour. again, that combined with the rainfall is why i'm so concerned with friday's storm and the potential of more power outages, and more trees coming down. so we could see a repeat performance throughout friday. on your forecast for thursday, a few breaks of sunshine in here by the afternoon. 63 in san jose. 62 in belmont. 61 right across
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